Definition of Okimonos
1. okimono [n] - See also: okimono
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Okimonos
okimonos (current term)
Literary usage of Okimonos
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions and Proceedings of the Japan Society, London by Japan Society of London (1893)
"Netsukes and okimonos. Articles in Artistic Japan, Parts 27 and 28, August and September, 1890. 21 pp., 20 Plates, some in colours, and Cuts, 4t0., 1890. ..."
2. Japanese Art by Sadakichi Hartmann (1903)
"Even in his okimonos, ie, ivory statuettes, it is subordinated to the idea. He does not share our opinion that the body is most beautiful when naked. ..."
3. Japanese Art by National Art Library (Great Britain), Great Britain Dept. of Science and Art (1898)
"1. READ, Charles Hercules. Japanese Netsukes. Excerpt, 5 pp. 3 cuta. (8 x 6) London, 1881. 2. TROWER, H. Seymour. Netsukes and okimonos. 15 pp. ..."